Translation of oral in Spanish:


oral, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɔrəl//ˈɔːr(ə)l/


  • 1

    (examination/exercise) oral
    (transmission) oral
    (tradition) transmitido oralmente
    (tradition) transmitido verbalmente
    oral classes in French clases orales de francés feminine
    • The notice may be given orally or in writing and takes effect when received; but the agreement may require an oral notice to be confirmed in writing.
    • Campers' discoveries are shared in journal writing, sketching and oral presentation, but they have plenty of time for snorkeling in the ocean and playing on the beach.
    • We often therefore speak of oral traditions, but the most important element in an oral tradition is not so much the spoken word as it is human memory.
    • A body of oral literature is being assembled at the Office of Cultural Affairs and has been partially transcribed.
    • I think that it is perhaps true that it is only recorded in the magazine, but I think there has been an oral tradition that has kept it alive.
    • Addressing themselves to village audiences and carrying on the tradition of oral literature, they use Tok Pisin exclusively and do not rely on scripts.
    • But the oral tradition and literature aren't the same.
    • The second option includes writing and presenting an oral defense of a graduate thesis.
    • But, over the next month, they are expected to deliver written or oral responses to the issues paper, before the inquiry receives final submissions in early August.
    • In this case, and clearly in many others, there was no written or oral tradition that preserved the author's reasoning for later generations of students.
    • African Americans relied on an oral tradition, unlike Euro-Americans whose expertise came from magazines and books.
    • Parts of the early oral literature was recorded by M. Khorenatsi, a fourth-century historian.
    • African radio stations have been important patrons of music and, in some countries, of poetry and oral literature.
    • My idea is to divide my time doing practice in the mornings and evenings and then to do either written or oral translations during the day.
    • Chapter 1 surveys ancient oral literature, storytelling, and the novel.
    • For example, there is a strong emphasis now on teaching the tricky subject of maths, through an oral technique, rather than the old format of writing it down in your copybook.
    • Folktales also played a major role in oral literature and their subject matter ranged from love to heroism to supernatural acts.
    • Awareness of fabrication and false teaching has long existed but became a major issue in academic circles in the twentieth century due to early reliance on oral, rather than written, transmission.
    • Folk literature from the oral tradition to the printed word encompasses four major types: legends, myths, fables, and fairy tales.
    • As an oral tradition, Druidry does not anchor itself with scientific or historical facts; instead it breathes, shaping itself through stories ancient and modern.
    • Like the slaves, immersed from birth in an oral tradition, she sings the recipe to retain the words.
    • The Asmat have a great deal of oral literature, but no written tradition.
    • ‘I grew up with this history as an oral tradition, as we all did,’ says Wilson.
    • The songs and poetry represent oral literature passed on to performers by their teachers.
    • Primarily, the issue is one of non-disclosure of documents rather than oral testimony.
    • The Dinka tradition of oral literature is extensive and a considerable amount has been recorded.
    • I find that this security agreement was primarily oral, but it was also partially written.
    • He also had written or oral testimony in his support from 27 witnesses, all but five government officials like him.
    • It focuses on oral communication rather than written communication, which is vital in communities where there are many people who are not literate.
    • He also published widely in the teaching of oral language, writing, and methodology.
    • There was no evidence of any agreement whether in writing or oral.
    • The governing body may also be represented and may make written and oral representations.
    • A lot of the material has been transcribed, which means not only that the material can be read but also that cross referencing from the written to the oral form is a straightforward process.
    • The Mordvins have retained a rich body of oral literature and music, much of which was recorded in the Soviet era.
    • As Ruby and Brown point out in, military records often differed from Spokane versions, which generally assumed an oral, rather than written, form.
    • They also gain a little confidence in public speaking through their oral reports to the class.
    • Depending on the nature of the specific disability, the student may benefit from oral instruction, written instruction, or demonstration.
    • The system had been used to record oral literature but had ultimately been abandoned.
    • The literary tradition in Equatorial Guinea is oral rather than written.
    • They rely on oral interviews rather than written ones.
  • 2

    (hygiene) bucal
    (hygiene) bucodental
    (vaccine/contraceptive) oral
    • The chronic exposure to silver compounds both in medical and industrial settings can lead to permanent bluish-black discoloration of oral and nasopharyngeal mucosa.
    • For even lower doses, fluoxetine is also available as an oral solution and as a 10 mg capsule.
    • Currently, oral contraceptives cost an average of $25 to $30 per month by prescription.
    • Encourage the child to begin rudimentary brushing; however, parents should remain the primary caregiver in oral hygiene procedures.
    • Maintenance of good oral hygiene and dental care are important.
    • They are essentially high dose oral contraceptives.
    • Over 20 years he'd published more than 100 papers and reports on cardiovascular disease and the oral contraceptive.
    • Brushing your teeth is only part of a good oral hygiene program, says a professor at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry.
    • In both cases, the depression responded to treatment with oral contraceptives.
    • Limitations of this study include the low number of women using oral contraceptives.
    • Not every woman tolerates oral contraceptives as well as you do, but doctors frequently prescribe them for hard-to-treat acne.
    • As with all oral cancers, it spreads from the oral cavity to the submandibular and cervical lymph nodes.
    • Pharmacists who object to dispensing oral contraceptives on religious grounds might find it awkward to quiz a woman about the reason for the prescription.
    • Should oral contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy be discontinued before surgery?
    • Approximately 80 percent of U.S. women born since 1945 have used oral contraceptives.
    • Maintenance of oral hygiene is fundamental to the success of the treatment.
    • These days Listerine is advertised only for oral hygiene.
    • Oral odours are best treated through meticulous oral hygiene and optimal dental care.
    • Any woman who had ever been pregnant, had a positive pregnancy test, or used estrogen replacement therapy or oral contraceptives was excluded from the study.
    • Dentists value the oil for its antiseptic qualities and its gentleness to surrounding oral mucous membranes.
    • Epidemiological evidence show the incidence of esophageal and oral cancers is rising in recent years.
    • Sites involved include the oral cavity, anus, and genital mucosa.
    • The patient's oral hygiene was very poor with extensive gingivitis.
    • Selected community pharmacists have made an NHS supply of oral emergency contraception available to 2000 women in the past year.
    • Newer oral contraceptives, with lower levels of ovarian steroids, allow follicular growth, but ovulation usually does not occur.
    • These young women were compared with 27 members of the cohort who had never used oral contraceptives by age 21.
    • The data do not suggest that use of oral contraceptives can interrupt an established pregnancy.
    • There has been little input from the clinicians who prescribe oral contraceptives or from the women who use them.
    • The women in the study were 18 to 44 years of age, were ovulating normally, and were not taking oral contraceptives.
    • Maintaining good oral hygiene, including toothbrushing and visiting your dentist or hygienist regularly, is a crucial part of caring for your teeth.
    • Signs of dehydration include increased thirst, fatigue, dry oral mucosa, and decreased urinary output.
    • Accumulating side effects might lead women to switch their oral contraceptives.
    • Dental screening should be performed at each visit to evaluate for caries and other pathology, and to monitor oral hygiene.
    • Severe communication difficulties, such as lack of a larynx or oral structures, did not preclude meaningful participation.
    • Rarely, the oral, esophageal or ocular mucosa may be involved.
    • Scientists know that alcohol increases the risk of several cancers, including those of the oral cavity, oesophagus, and liver.
    • If your blood pressure increases significantly, you may have to try a different oral contraceptive or switch to a different form of birth control.
    • Hence moderate intake coupled with oral hygiene and dental care is advised.
    • Cigarettes are the main causative factors for lung, oral, oesophageal, stomach, bladder, kidney, pancreas and cervical cancer.
    • Some medications (such as steroids or oral contraceptives) may also lead to hypertension.
  • 3

    (phase/fixation) oral
    • But the research evidence linking actual deprivation with the later development of oral behaviour or character is weak.
    • This behavior ties directly into the oral fixation theories.
  • 4

    (consonant/fricative) oral
    • 12 vowels are distinguished; six oral vowels and six nasal vowels.


  • 1

    oral masculine
    examen oral masculine